4 edition of Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts found in the catalog.
by World Scientific Publishing Company
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World: International Edition Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts, Robert H. Anderson, Anton E. Becker, Jan 1, , Medical, pages. (Producer) Shows the essence of abnormal morphology with autopsy specimens, comparing the findings with. The changes in these features of normality in congenitally malformed hearts will then be emphasised in the various chapters within the book concerned with specific lesions. At this stage, I place emphasis on the diagnostic features of the chambers that permit their recognition when the heart itself is congenitally malformed.
The Visceroatrial Arrangement (Situs) Chapter. Atrial appendages and venoatrial connections in hearts from patients with visceral heterotaxy. Ann Thorac Surg – CrossRef PubMed Google Scholar. Anderson RH, Becker AE () Isomerism of the atrial appendages. In: Controversies in the description of congenitally malformed hearts. Description, and analysis, of the developing outflow tract in three, rather than two, components removes the need to arbitrate this conundrum. Our data shows that the leaflets of the arterial valves, and their semilunar hinges, are derived from the cushions within the outflow tract, while the sinuses are formed from the arterial by:
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Get this from a library. Controversies in the description of congenitally malformed hearts. [Robert Henry Anderson; Anton E Becker] -- "This series of four video tapes, which is based on the demonstrations pre-recorded by Robert H Anderson and Anton E Becker, two prominent European morphologists, shows the essence of the abnormal.
Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts (Cardiopulmonary Medicine from Imperial College Press): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Cited by: 6.
Get this from a library. Controversies in the description of congenitally malformed hearts. [Robert H Anderson; Anton E Becker]. In this short book, we will review some of the controversies which persist concerning the most appropriate means of describing congenitally malformed hearts.
Although many lesions could be cited as continuing to produce problems of nomenclature, for the purposes of our discussion, we will limit ourselves to four malformations. Buy Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts (Cardiopulmonary Medicine From Imperial College Press) by Robert Henry Anderson, Anton E.
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Cardiopulmonary Medicine from Imperial College Press Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts, pp. () No Access. Tetralogy of Fallot. Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts. One hundred years of texts describing congenitally malformed hearts from to Evans WN(1), Acherman RJ, Anderson RH.
Author information: (1)Children's Heart Center, University of Nevada School of Medicine, S. Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, NVUSA. [email protected] by: 5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts by Anton E.
Becker and Robert H. Anderson (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. In this review, we have selected highlights from such texts written during the period of years from todemonstrating their potential relevance to controversies occurring during the twentieth century in the categorisation of such hearts.
We begin inwith the first wide-ranging book devoted to congenital cardiac by: 5. The Perinatal Cardiology Handbook E-Book: Mobile Medicine Series - Ebook written by Rima Bader, Lisa K.
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Before paediatric cardiology emerged as a specialty in the mid 20th century, a body of literature had developed over centuries devoted to description of congenitally malformed hearts.
Controversies in analysing the congenitally malformed heart During the course of our careers, Bob and I have written extensively on the best way of describing the congenitally malformed heart.
We shared the desire to optimise the principle of segmental analysis, the crucial approach introduced by Dick Van Praagh in the s and early s [1 Author: Robert H. Anderson, Robert H. Anderson. Author(s): Anderson,Robert H(Robert Henry),; Videogroup (Firm) Title(s): Controversies in the description of congenitally malformed hearts[videorecording] / a Videogroup production.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: Imperial College Press, Although steps are being taken to produce a universally acceptable coding system for categorisation of the congenitally malformed hearts, obstacles remain.
The successes of paediatric cardiology and cardiac surgery have enabled a new cohort of women, born with congenitally malformed hearts, to reach adulthood. Many of these women differ both anatomically and physiologically from any who have considered pregnancy in the past. Most women in this new cohort can anticipate safe and successful pregnancies.
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Robert H. Anderson is the author of The Great Court and The British Museum ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Expo Story ( a /5. If subsequently proven to be of comparable value in congenitally malformed hearts, the technique could guide the planning of reconstructive surgery.
Contrary to many text-book depictions Cited by:. The description of the congenitally malformed heart is aided by a sequential segmental analysis of the relationship of the three cardiac segments, which makes it possible to understand and describe how a complex heart is connected.
The three segments to be considered are: (1) The atria; (2) The ventricles; (3) The great vessels.This book is required reading for all who care for patients with paediatric and congenital cardiac disease as well as all who have interest in the congenitally malformed heart.
It is mandatory to include this Fourth Edition in all libraries, both personal and academic, that cater to the needs of those who care for patients with congenitally.Controversies in the Description of Congenitally Malformed Hearts (with video) H.
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